Ola Electric launched the S1 and S1 Pro electric scooters for Rs 1 and Rs 1.3, respectively. This award is an exhibition that includes the FAME II award but is not government-subsidized. price tag. The prices are much lower when you consider the additional benefits of various government subsidies.
The Ola Basic electric scooter could be cheaper than the Honda Activa 125 on the road given the government’s recent announcement that it will not tax electric vehicles. Deliveries are expected to begin in October 2021, the company said.
Ola S1, S1 Pro – Equipment and technology
The Ola electric scooter has a large TFT display with a lot of information, including navigation. You can also customize your driver profile by switching from this screen. Another great feature is the display where you can see how much CO2 you have avoided. Like other scooters in its segment, it also has a reverse mode. It also has proximity unlock feature that activates when the scooter approaches.
The scooter can run silently or make an adjustable sound. This can be done via built-in speakers similar to the Revolt EV. Not available on S1. The S1 and S1 Pro have full LED lighting, the former is limited to 5 body colors and the Pro has 10 options.
Ola S1 and S1 Pro specs and range
The S1 and S1 Pro ranges are 121 km and 181 km respectively, so Ola Electric does not achieve that in terms of cost savings. This is most likely an ARAI number. Both scooters use fixed batteries, the S1 has a 2.98 kWh battery and the S1 Pro has a 3.97 kWh battery. For comparison, the Ather450X has a 2.9 kWh battery. In contrast, the side office weighs 121 kg and 125 kg.
The company calls it a “hyperdrive” powered by an electric scooter with a maximum power of 8.5 kW. This is much higher than the 6 kW peak power produced by the Ather450X. The S1 has a top speed of 90 km / h, but the S1 Pro can reach 115 km / h. Ola also claims the best acceleration times of 3 seconds from 0 to 40 km / h (S1 Pro) and 5 seconds from 0 to 60 km / h (S1 Pro). It is more comfortable and lasts longer than the scooters used in India. today’s sale.
Both scooters develop an impressive 58 Nm of torque. The Ola S1 has two driving modes, Normal and Sport, while the S1 Pro has an additional Hyper driving mode. The Hyper is expected to reach a top speed of 115 km / h. The Ola electric scooter uses suspension on one side, disc brakes, and MRF 110/70 R12 tires on both sides.
Ola S1, S1 Pro – Charging Time
The S1 and S1 Pro have a portable home charger that can charge the scooter in 4.48 hours and 6.30 hours, respectively. The company plans to develop the Ola hyper charger network.
It will be “the world’s largest, densest and fastest 2W single-rack charging network in 400 cities.” With this charger, the company promises to travel 75 km in less than 18 minutes.